WesPac Energy Group ("WesPac") develops, constructs, owns, and operates energy infrastructure throughout North America. WesPac projects provide customers with the safest, most efficient, cost effective, and environmentally friendly mode of fuel supply, processing, storage, and distribution. WesPac makes use of the best available design, construction, and communication technologies on all projects, and provides detailed testing, quality assurance and oversight on all of our systems. We work closely with both third party service providers and customers at each location we serve. WesPac personnel are regularly engaged in U.S. Department of Transportation pipeline operator-training and other applicable facility training programs. In addition to our operational safety focus, WesPac employees and contractors are specifically trained in the unique requirements of natural gas, LNG, oil, and petroleum products handling. WesPac's technical expertise and modern facilities have earned us a reputation in the industry for high quality, safe, reliable, and efficient energy services. [ more info ]
The Pittsburg Energy Infrastructure Project is the modernization and reactivation of the existing marine terminal, oil storage and transfer facilities at the GenOn Pittsburg Generating Station.
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To develop and own energy assets in selected markets where we can provide strategic value, lower our customer's total operating costs, and/or create more efficiency and reliability in our customer's business [ more info ]
In 1998, WesPac began working with airports across the country to help them make the switch to receiving fuel by pipelines instead of trucks. Why? Trucks are a significant source of mobile air pollution including CO2, and are a major cause of road deterioration as well as traffic hazards and congestion. On the other hand, WesPac's underground pipeline systems are the safest, cleanest, and most economical means to transport fuel. Environmentally proactive cities such as San Diego, Reno, and Memphis have worked with WesPac to eliminate the transportation of jet fuel by tanker trucks.
San Diego, CA
Pipeline through downtown San Diego to replace 130 daily truck trips
Eliminated need for truck deliveries of jet fuel to airport.
Hydrant System Balance
Real time hydrant system line balance, volume and other data
Eliminated emissions from up to 60 truck trips per day.
Los Angeles, CA
Underground pipeline for transporting fuel to LAX and other airports [more]
Web Based Inventory
Real Time Reporting of Pipeline Deliveries